+ Tiyul Attendance Information
Netzer Australia asks that chanichim do not bring electronic devices (eg: iPods, laptops etc.) on camp as they detract from the Netzer atmosphere.
Netzer Australia Inc. is not responsible for the loss or damage of personal items.
Netzer Australia maintains a NO NUTS policy at all of our camps & events. Please respect this and do not send any food on Tiyul with your child that contains nuts.
Small sweets may be brought on Tiyul, however please respect our vegetarian and kashrut policies. This means no animal gelatine products.
Netzer Australia is sunsmart so please do not bring any singlets on tiyul.
Netzer Australia aims to create an open, friendly and safe environment, as such we have a no tolerance policy for bullying.
Items such as weapons, knives, alcohol, cigarettes, matches and illegal drugs are strictly prohibited on Netzer camps & events; any chanich/a found with these items will be sent home at the expense of the participant’s guardian.
We also reserve the right to send any child home at the expense of the participant’s guardian if we deem their behaviour to be unacceptable or anti-social.
+ What exactly is Tiyul?
Netzer camps run twice a year. The first, in the Term 2 school holidays (June/July) and the second, over the Summer holidays (January). On top of that, we are now starting a new initiative for the Term 1 holidays - Tiyul. We will have a 3 night sleep-away event for senior participants, providing an opportunity to see friends, engage with Netzer's ideology such as Judaism, Zionism, contemporary social issues, and leadership training (hadracha) in preparation for becoming junior leaders in year 11.
Like our camps, Tiyul is run by the madrichim (university age leaders) and is supervised by our Shaliach (Israel emissary). Tiyul is an excellent opportunity to engage with Netzer outside of the camp seasons!
+ Who runs the Tiyul?
The planning of camp is coordinated by Netzer Sydney's elected Mazkirut (executives). Together with the shaliach, these leaders are responsible for the running of camp. Beyond that, each Netzer leader is allocated to a year level, and is responsible for the programming and experience of their particular year level on camp.
+ What is the usual size of a Netzer Tiyul?
As this is the first Tiyul to be run in Sydney, we can only estimate numbers, but we expect to have between 20-30 participants attending.
Autumn Tiyul (trip away) is a fun and informal Australian Jewish trip for participants in Years 9-11. It provides an opportunity for senior participants to have fun with friends and engage with Netzer's ideology such as Judaism, Zionism, contemporary social issues, and leadership training (hadracha) in preparation for becoming junior leaders in year 11.
Tiyul price: $110
Registering more than one participant for Tiyul?
Netzer offers a sibling discount of $35 per each additional child!
Please only apply the sibling discount once for each additional child overall, regardless of completing independent registration forms.
MONEY SHOULD NEVER BE A BARRIER!
If you require a subsidy, please contact Dudu Gottlib BEFORE beginning registration.
Dudu Gottlib - NSW Shaliach (Israel Emissary)
phone: +61 432 231 192
Any other queries?
Caroline Freeman - NSW Mazkira (Chairperson)
phone: +61 411 447 290
Netzer Sydney runs peulot and events out of North Shore Temple Emanuel in Chatswood, NSW and Emanuel Synagogue in Woollahra, NSW
Netzer Sydney runs events for children in school years 3 - 12